Hotel Management

Chinaware

Chinaware are made of silica, soda, ash and china clay and glazed to give a fine finish. Chinaware must blend in with the rest of the items on the table and also with the general décor of the establishment. An establishment generally uses a single design, pattern and color of chinaware but when the establishment has a numbers of different food & beverage service outlets; it is easier from the control point of view to have a different designs, patterns and colors in each service outlet.

Chinaware and its size

  • Side Plate -           07 inch (07") diameter
  • Sweet Plate -           08 inch (08") diameter
  • Fish plate -           09 inch (09") diameter
  • Soup Plate -           08 inch (08") diameter
  • Joint Plate -           10 inch (10") diameter
  • Soup Bowl/Cup -           08 oz. (Ounce)
  • Cereal Bowl/Nappy Bowl -           09 oz. (Ounce)
  • Breakfast Cup             -           8 to 10 oz (Ounce)
  • Tea Cup -           66 oz (Ounce) Approximately
  • Coffee Cup/Demi-Tasse -           5 oz (Ounce) Approximately
  • Tea Saucer -           06 inch (06") diameter
  • Coffee Saucer             -           5 inch (4.5") diameter
  • Tea Pot -           ½ pt. (Pint) For One Portion

                           1 pt. (Pint) For Two Portions

                           1½ pt. (Pint) For Three Portions

                          

 

Other Items of Chinaware

  • Salad Crescent
  • Hot Water Jug
  • Milk Jugs
  • Cream Jugs
  • Coffee Pots
  • Sugar Basin
  • Butter Dishes
  • Ash Trays
  • Egg Cup/Holder
  • Platter (Oval Plate)
  • Sauce Pot
  • Cruet Set
  • Flower Vase
  • Preserve Set

 

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